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What Do You Need To Know About RICs?

So, the receiver in canal or receiver in the ear hearing aids were introduced more than a couple of years ago. They are exceptionally popular with professionals and consumers alike because they are small, discreet and hugely versatile. Their popularity has just increased since they were introduced and they make up a huge part of global hearing aid sales. Like everything in life, they have their advantages and disadvantages. We get asked a lot of questions about the devices so we decided to try and answer them all on one page. Below you can see the most frequent questions and answers, the pros and cons and finally RIC hearing aids available from the big brands. You can read about other hearing aid types here. You can read about daily maintenance for hearing aids of all types here.

What's The Difference Between Receiver In Canal & Receiver In The Ear?

Not much, some manufacturers call them RIC, some call them RITE. That really is the only difference, they are exactly the same concept. 

What Hearing Aid Brands Manufacture RIC RITE Hearing Aids

That's pretty easy, all of them deliver RICs, every single brand has at least one type of receiver in canal hearing aid and most have more than one, many more than one. Believe me, you won't be short of choice.

Receiver In Canal Hearing Aid Prices

The big question is always about the costs of RIC / RITE hearing aids. Normally, there is never any difference in prices between the cost of Receiver In Canal hearing aid types and other hearing aid types within the same range or platform. So you won't pay a premium if you choose RIC hearing aids over anything else that is available in the same range or level of technology. 

What Does Receiver Mean?

The Receiver in Receiver In Canal refers to the speaker of the hearing aid, in this context it simply means that the receiver or speaker goes into your ear canal. It is attached to the main body of the RIC hearing aid by an electronic wire. This adds benefits but can cause reliability problems, the benefits are a better sound for less amplification, the problem is that wax or moisture can kill the receiver. That leads me to the next question.

Replacing A Receiver in a RIC / RITE

Replacing a receiver in a RIC or RITE is pretty simple. In some cases like Widex and some other manufacturers you simply pull the old receiver out of the hearing aid where it connects and push in the new one. It is like a plug and socket set up and is really easy. In the case of other hearing aid brands, you need to slide or remove a pin with a tool or something pointed, take out the old receiver. Simply slide in the new one securely and then slide the pin back. Generally, you can find youtube videos on the process or the people who sell them online, like us, will give you instructions. 

What is The Smallest RIC available?

Well, that used to be the Widex Passion, Widex held that title for years. The Passion is small, svelte and sits very nicely on the ear. However, a new contender has knocked them from the throne! Unitron now holds the title with their latest RIC offering the Unitron Now, it is officially the smallest ever wireless RIC hearing device

RIC Versus BTE Hearing Aids

We often get asked which is better, RICs or BTEs? The answer isn't simple and it depends on what your hearing loss is and what level of discretion you need. RICs can be less reliable than BTE hearing aids, however, the problems that usually occur are both avoidable and easy to fix. RICs are discreet and can often cover a loss down to profound, a BTE that covers that type of loss is going to be bigger and less discreet. The BTE will also use a tube and a mould, the RIC just has that slim wire and a special custom tip. Again, the RIC set up is more discreet. The RIC receiver may fail though, while the chances of anything going wrong with the BTE are pretty remote. BTEs are generally much more reliable, again though, replacing the receiver in a RIC is easy peasy. Let's take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of RIC / RITEs.

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The Pros & Cons of RIC Hearing Aids

As with many things in life, there are pros and cons with RIC / RITE hearing aids, let's take a deeper look at them. First, let's take a look at the receiver in canal advantages.

The Advantages Of RIC Devices

Discreet

They are highly discreet devices, although the body of the hearing aid sits behind the ear they are normally very small and discreet. Unless someone is actually checking they invariably go un-noticed. The wire that leads from the body of the hearing aid into the ear canal is tiny and should sit along the crease of your face at the ear, hence, it is almost un-noticeable as well. Because of these two facts, these are among the most discreet hearing aids available.

Easy Change Receivers 

Because the receiver is interchangeable these hearing aids can cover varied hearing losses from mild all the way through to severe to profound. It also means that if the receiver fails, which happens, it is easily changed out for a new one. This means that the hearing aid does not have to go away for repair for a receiver change, it can be done instantly in the office if the hearing professional has spare receivers. Or, it can be done by you if you are confident enough.  

The Disadvantages of RIC Devices

Receiver Issues in RICs/RITEs

The fact that the receiver is placed in the canal or the ear is both a blessing and curse. This placement exposes it to the hostile environment that the ear is for electronics. Your ear canal is wet warm and oily, all of the things that electronics tend not to like. The manufacturers take great pains to protect the receivers with nano coating materials, enclosed casings and wax guard protectors. However, unless you take good care of the receivers, changing your wax guards when you should, inevitably wax gets into them.

At best, this can just block the sound outlet, at worst, it can ingress into the receiver itself and destroy it. Wax and moisture is the kiss of death for receivers. Thankfully, the receivers are easily replaced by your hearing professional, however, after the manufacturer's warranty is up you may have to pay for them. While they vary in cost, they are not expensive, however, if you are replacing them regularly, the cost adds up. 

I don't want to put you off this device types, they are exceptionally versatile and I really like them. If you are recommended this type of device just be aware of the receiver issues. Many of the hearing healthcare professionals we partner with can arrange a five-year manufacturer's warranty to cover repairs. Some may charge, some may actually offer it for free. If you are considering buying RICs, ask about an extended manufacturers warranty. 

Maybe Too Small!

As I said, RICs / RITEs are very small and discreet devices, normally the smaller they are, the smaller the battery they use. Both the size of the hearing aid and the size of the battery can cause difficulties for people with dexterity issues. The whole idea of acquiring hearing aids is so that you can wear them and enjoy the very real benefits of hearing better. If you have difficulty handling them to put them in, what should be a joy can easily turn into a frustrating task. The same has to be said about the batteries, small batteries can be a nightmare for people with vision or dexterity issues. Many of the hearing aid manufacturers offer RIC / RITE hearing aids in a variety of sizes and battery sizes, for instance, Phonak offer the Audeo V range in a size 10 battery, a size 312 battery and a size 13 battery. 

Contra-indications To Wearing RICs / RITEs

There are some people who shouldn't wear these type of devices. If you have permanent perforations in your ears or you have had a mastoid operation these hearing devices aren't really for you. As you will know if you have these problems there is an increased risk of middle ear infections and fluid release. Either will destroy the receivers of the hearing aids, because of the nature of your ears with these conditions receiver failures would be an ongoing problem rather than an occasional frustration. The same can be said for people who suffer from wet ears or produce a large amount of earwax, either condition will cause issues for the receivers. You can read about the best way to clean and maintain RIC hearing aids here.

let's take a look at what is available: 

PhilipsOticonPhonak ResoundSigniaStarkey Widex

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The Best RIC / RITE Hearing Aids From The Big Hearing Aid Brands

I have detailed below the latest receiver in canal / receiver in the ear hearing aids from all of the big hearing aid manufacturers. I have only covered the very latest available otherwise this page would be a couple of hundred foot long. I hope that it will be helpful nevertheless, you really only need to know about the latest and best hearing aids available. 

Philips Hearlink Receiver in Ear Models

Hearlink is the name of the new hearing aid range from Philips. The devices will be available in three Receiver In Canal devices, although Philips uses the term RITE (Receiver In The Ear). The range is Made For iPhone and all of the devices will be able to directly connect to Apple products. 

Five Technology Levels

The range will be available in five technology levels which is not unlike the Bernafon set up. The top three levels will have the premium features available in differing parameters. The bottom two technology levels use the same chipset but will have more basic features. The features themselves are interesting.

Key Philips Features

They say that their new entry into the hearing aid market uses two key technologies - SoundMap and SoundTie. SoundMapis the management system of the devices and creates the sound of Philips HearLink. It amplifies voices and makes them clearer in difficult environments by reducing the noise. It also ensures that the sound details are audible. SoundTie is the name of the connection technology they are using, it connects Philips HearLink hearing devices and their users to the outside world. It makes activities like watching TV easier and more enjoyable. SoundTie also provides intelligent interaction with smartphones and helps HearLink users stay connected with distant friends and family.

Philips

Hearlink Mini RITE

Small and sleek Made For iPhone RITE instrument with size 312 battery that fits discreetly behind the ear. This hearing aid can have different speakers for mild to severe hearing losses. The device will be available in five levels of technology.

Philips Hearlink MiniRITE

Philips

Hearlink MiniRITET-R

Lithium-ion Made For iPhone rechargeable RITE instrument with a lithium-ion power pack. Fully charged within only 3 hours and providing a full day of use. This hearing aid can have different speakers for mild to severe hearing losses. The device will be available in five levels of technology.

  • Easily replaced rechargeable batteries
  • 3 hours charging for a full day of hearing, including streaming*.
  • Connect to a TV, computer, smartphone and more via Bluetooth®
  • Control hearing aids with the Philips App
  • A Made for iPhone® hearing aid
  • With Telecoil (T-coil) that offers access to FM systems using a neckloop receiver
  • Volume and programme button
  • For mild to severe hearing loss
  • Water and dust resistant to IP68 standard

Philips Hearlink MiniRITE Rechargeable

Philips

Hearlink miniRITE-T

Discreet Made For iPhone RITE instrument with size 312 battery, telecoil and double Program Button. This hearing aid can have different speakers for mild to severe hearing losses. The device will be available in five levels of technology.

Philips Hearlink MiniRITE-T

Oticon Receiver In Canal Digital Hearing Aids

Oticon name their RIC hearing aids RITE (Receiver In The Ear) just to confuse you. They are basically the same principle just a different name. In March 2019 Oticon announced the release of their new Opn S platform which is their latest premium device. As part of this launch, Oticon introduced a lithium-ion powered rechargeable device.

Oticon

Opn S Hearing Aids

Oticon Opn S Range

Oticon released the new Opn S platform in March 2019, initially the Opn S will be available in four models and three technology levels. The devices are internet enabled and Bluetooth enabled just like the previous and original Opn. Oticon has made the Opn S even better with new and upgraded features which build upon the original.

Oticon Opn S Prices

We would expect the Oticon Opn S range to be sold at prices from £1200.00 to £2200.00 in the UK depending on the Practice and location. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from €1400.00 to €3000.00 in Ireland. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from $1500.00 to $3200.00 in the USA.

Oticon

Opn S miniRITE-R

Oticon Opn S rechargeable hearing aids

This is a wireless slimline Rechargeable 'Mini-Receiver-In-the-Ear (miniRITE)' hearing aid using a lithium-ion battery pack which can be easily replaced in the clinic rather than having to go back to the factory.

They are small and pretty discreet hearing devices and come in a range of shades and bright colours. They offer four levels of receiver power allowing hearing losses from mild to severe to profound to be fitted. The internet-enabled Oticon Opn comes with a number of additional features because it can connect to devices via the internet and Bluetooth. The hearing aids will connect directly to your Apple Smartphone so you can make phone calls and listen to music without any intermediate streaming device.

You can find out more about the latest Oticon hearing aids here

Oticon Opn S miniRITE-R Prices

We would expect the Opn S hearing aid range to be sold at prices from £1400.00 to £2200.00 in the UK depending on the Practice and location. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from €1800.00 to €3000.00 in Ireland. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from $1900.00 to $3200.00 in the USA.

What are the key features

  • Easily replaced rechargeable batteries
  • 3 hours charging for a full day of hearing, including streaming*.
  • Connect to a TV, computer, smartphone and more via Bluetooth®
  • Tinnitus SoundSupport™ can play tinnitus relief sounds
  • Control hearing aids with the Oticon ON App
  • A Made for iPhone® hearing aid
  • With Telecoil (T-coil) that offers access to FM systems using a neckloop receiver
  • Volume and programme button
  • For mild to severe hearing loss
  • Water and dust resistant to IP68 standard
  • * Oticon say that expected operating time for rechargeable battery depends on use pattern, active feature set, hearing loss, sound environment, battery age and use of wireless accessories

Oticon

Opn S miniRITE

The Opn S miniRITE hearing aid model is a very discrete wireless slimline 'Mini-Receiver-In-Ear (miniRITE)' hearing aid using a 312 battery. Powerful fully featured and offering amazing discretion. 

Oticon Opn S miniRITE Prices

We would expect the Oticon Opn S miniRITE range to be sold at prices from £1200.00 to £2200.00 in the UK depending on the Practice and location. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from €1400.00 to €3000.00 in Ireland. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from $1500.00 to $3200.00 in the USA.

Oticon Opn S MiniRITE

Oticon

Opn S miniRITE-T

The sleek and discreet wireless MiniRITE-T features a telecoil and double pushbutton for easy volume and program control. It is powered by a 312 battery

Oticon Opn S miniRITE-T Prices

We would expect the Oticon Opn S miniRITE-T range to be sold at prices from £1200.00 to £2200.00 in the UK depending on the Practice and location. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from €1400.00 to €3000.00 in Ireland. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from $1500.00 to $3200.00 in the USA.

Oticon Opn S MiniRITE-T

Resound LiNX 3D Receiver in Ear Models

Resound LiNX 3D 61 RIC (Receiver In Canal)

The Resound LiNX 3D is the latest range of Made For iPhone hearing aids from GN. The range has RIC hearing aids, in fact it has two types. The range is available in three levels of technology, the 9, the 7 and the 5. 

LiNX 3D 61 Prices

We would expect the range to be sold at prices from £1200.00 to £2200.00 in the UK depending on the Practice and location. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from €1400.00 to €3000.00 in Ireland. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from $1400.00 to $3200.00 in the USA. Just to be clear, we don't set prices here and they differ from Practice to Practice across the World so our expectations aren't binding, they are just a guess and some research. Always remember, we all like to shop around, but always be clear about what is being delivered. You will need care and support, make sure you will get it. You will also need your hearing aid validated or verified to get the best experience, paying a little more to ensure your experience is good, is not wasted money. That's our price rant for the day over, let's talk about the devices. 

LiNX 3D 9 LT61 RIE hearing aidThe LT61 is a small receiver in the ear hearing aid, because of the size, there is no telecoil onboard. The device is available with four levels of receiver power, LP, MP, HP and UP which means it can cover a lot of hearing loss, in fact from mild all the way to severe to profound.

The functional features of this model are as follows, it can have a push button, volume control, the devices all have smart start which gives you a couple of seconds to get it in your ear before it comes on. However, you will get the direct audio streaming, ear to ear communication, and wireless accessories. More importantly, you will get access to the Smart 3D app and all the benefits that it delivers to your experience. These aids take a size 312 battery.

Resound LiNX 3D 62 RIC (Receiver In Canal)

Price

The price should be exactly the same as the LT61 device.

LiNX 3D 9 LT62 RIE hearing aidThe LT62 is a small receiver in the ear hearing aid, with a telecoil onboard. The device is available with four levels of receiver power, LP, MP, HP and UP which means it can cover a lot of hearing loss, in fact from mild all the way to severe to profound.

The functional features of this model are as follows, it can have a push button, volume control, the devices all have smart start which gives you a couple of seconds to get it in your ear before it comes on. However, you will get the direct audio streaming, ear to ear communication, and wireless accessories.

More importantly, you will get access to the Smart 3D app and all the benefits that it delivers to your experience. These aids take a size 13 battery.

Back To Types

Phonak RIC Hearing Aids

Phonak

Audeo Marvel Hearing Aids

The Audeo range was the first part of the Marvel platform to be introduced. The Marvel Audeo family is made up of five hearing aids of which two will be rechargeable. The smallest traditional Zinc Air battery size is the 312. The full Audeo range will not be available initially, below you can see a quick explanation of the devices and their expected availability. The devices are available in four levels of hearing aid technology as you would expect from Phonak. For the first time ever, Phonak made the rechargeable devices available at every level of technology.

Audeo Marvel Hearing Aid Prices

We would expect the Audeo Marvel range to be sold at prices from £800.00 to £2200.00 in the UK depending on the Practice and location. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from €1000.00 to €3000.00 in Ireland. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from $1000.00 to $3200.00 in the USA.

Made For Any Phone  

While most of the hearing aid brands went for Made For iPhone hearing aids, Phonak decided that they would go a different way with their mobile phone connectivity. They chose one that would give them a direct connection to any mobile phone. Phonak relied on the traditional Bluetooth protocol, which offered huge benefits. It meant that any hearing aid they produced would be technically able to connect to any Bluetooth enabled device, not just phones. That strategy also presented real technical difficulties. The first Made For Any Phone hearing devices (The Audeo B-Direct) did not offer stereo audio streaming of phone calls or any other audio. It also ensured that Phonak's quite famous ear to ear features did not work.

Rocker Switch, Not Push Button

Phonak have also changed the push button on the devices, they now offer a rocker switch instead for more functionality.  

Phonak

Audeo Marvel R

Audeo Marvel R

The Audeo Marvel R is Phonak's latest rechargeable Made For Any Phone hearing aid, it is quite discreet and can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. The device will connect directly to any Bluetooth enabled Mobile phone and will stream phone calls and audio in stereo. The devices are available from November 22 in the UK and should be rolled out globally through November and December.

We would expect the Audeo Marvel R to be sold at prices from £800.00 to £2200.00 in the UK depending on the Practice and location. We would expect the R to be sold at prices from €1000.00 to €3000.00 in Ireland. We would expect the R to be sold at prices from $1000.00 to $3200.00 in the USA.

Phonak

Audeo Marvel 312

Audeo Marvel 312 RIC hearing aid

The Audeo Marvel 312 is a very small RIC device which uses a size 312 battery, it is quite discreet and can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. It doesn't have a telecoil although as always it is a wireless device. The device will connect directly to any Bluetooth enabled Mobile phone and will stream phone calls and audio in stereo. The devices are available from November 22 in the UK and should be rolled out globally through November and December.

We would expect the Audeo Marvel 312 to be sold at prices from £800.00 to £2200.00 in the UK depending on the Practice and location. We would expect the 312 to be sold at prices from €1000.00 to €3000.00 in Ireland. We would expect the 312 to be sold at prices from $1000.00 to $3200.00 in the USA.

Phonak

Audeo Marvel 312 T

Audeo Marvel-312-T RIC hearing Aid

The Audeo Marvel 312T is a small RIC device which uses a 312 battery, it is still very discreet and can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. This device will have a telecoil. The device will connect directly to any Bluetooth enabled Mobile phone and will stream phone calls and audio in stereo. This device will not be available until Spring 2019.

We would expect the Audeo Marvel 312T to be sold at prices from £800.00 to £2200.00 in the UK depending on the Practice and location. We would expect the 312T to be sold at prices from €1000.00 to €3000.00 in Ireland. We would expect the 312T to be sold at prices from $1000.00 to $3200.00 in the USA.

Phonak

Audeo Marvel 13T

Audeo Marvel 13-T RIC hearing Aid

The Audeo Marvel 13T is a RIC device that will use a size 13 battery. It will be slightly bigger than the 312, but still pretty discrete. It can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. The device will connect directly to any Bluetooth enabled Mobile phone and will stream phone calls and audio in stereo. This device will not be available until Spring 2019. 

We would expect the Audeo Marvel 13T to be sold at prices from £800.00 to £2200.00 in the UK depending on the Practice and location. We would expect the 13T to be sold at prices from €1000.00 to €3000.00 in Ireland. We would expect the 13T to be sold at prices from $1000.00 to $3200.00 in the USA.

Phonak

Audeo Marvel RT

Audeo Marvel RT RIC hearing Aid

The Audeo Marvel RT is a rechargeable RIC hearing aid which will have a telecoil. It can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. The device will connect directly to any Bluetooth enabled Mobile phone and will stream phone calls and audio in stereo. This device will not be available until late 2019.

We would expect the Audeo Marvel RT to be sold at prices from £800.00 to £2200.00 in the UK depending on the Practice and location. We would expect the RT to be sold at prices from €1000.00 to €3000.00 in Ireland. We would expect the RT to be sold at prices from $1000.00 to $3200.00 in the USA.

Phonak

Audeo Belong Hearing Devices

Audeo BelongThe Audeo Belong Receiver In Canal hearing device range is the first Phonak hearing device range with a rechargeable option. This in itself is quite an amazing innovation and a new direction for them. You can see the rest of the Phonak hearing aid range here.

The range uses the existing Venture chipset and is available in four technology levels, the 90, the 70, the 50 and the 30, although the rechargeable option is not available in the 30 level of technology, perhaps in the next platform. That is a pity because the rechargeable hearing devices are proving amazingly popular.

Audeo Belong Prices

We would expect the Audeo Belong range to be sold at prices from £800.00 to £2200.00 in the UK depending on the Practice and location. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from €1000.00 to €3000.00 in Ireland. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from $1000.00 to $3200.00 in the USA.

The Phonak Audeo Belong Range
Audeo Belong Range

The Range

The Audeo range, as always, will be a full model line up with four models. They will include B90-10, B90-312, B90-312t, the B90-13 and the rechargeable B90-R.

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Widex RIC Hearing Aids

Widex offers three separate types of RIC hearing aid, the Passion, The Fusion and The Beyond. They are all available in four levels of technology and are hugely versatile hearing aids that all offer something a little different. You can take a look at the full range of Widex hearing aids here

RIC Hearing Aid Prices

We would expect the RIC range to be sold at prices from £800.00 to £2200.00 in the UK depending on the Practice and location. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from €1000.00 to €3000.00 in Ireland. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from $1000.00 to $3200.00 in the USA.

Signia NX RIC Hearing Aids

Signia /Siemens have always had a range of RIC hearing devices and they have just added to it with their latest introduction of the NX hearing aid range. The Nx range is packed with some pretty amazing features including their new own voice processing feature. This feature completely eradicates the traditional problems that hearing aid users have with the sound of their own voice. All of the hearing aids are Made For iPhone and Signia offer their hearing aids in a similar way to Phonak, they name their hearing aid types differently and use a numeral to signify the technology level. For instance, the NX platform (chipset) is split into three technology levels, the 7 at the top, through 5 to 3 at the bottom. The hearing aids types are called Insio for custom hearing aids, Motion for BTE hearing aids, it seems that they are going to stick to Pure for their RIC / RITE hearing aid types. You can see the rest of the Signia hearing aid range here.

Prices

  • UK Price: £1200.00 to £2200.00
  • Irish Price: €1400.00 to €3000.00
  • US Price:$1400.00 to $3200.00

Signia Primax RIC Hearing Aids

Signia /Siemens have always had a range of RIC hearing devices and they have just added to it with their latest introduction the Pure 13 BT Made For iPhone hearing device. They offer their hearing aids in a similar way to Phonak, they name their hearing aid types differently and use a numeral to signify the technology level. For instance, the Primax platform (chipset) is split into three technology levels, the 7 at the top, through 5 to 3 at the bottom. The hearing aids types are called Insio for custom hearing aids, Motion for BTE hearing aids and just to confuse everyone they have several different RIC / RITE hearing aid types called Pure, Carat, Cellion and Ace. Believe me, even professionals have a hard time keeping up. You can see the rest of the Signia hearing aid range here.

Prices

  • UK Price: £1200.00 to £2200.00
  • Irish Price: €1400.00 to €3000.00
  • US Price:$1400.00 to $3200.00

Starkey RIC Hearing Aids

Starkey offers three different types of RIC hearing aid in the latest Muse IQ range and two types in the Halo IQ range. They are all available in three levels of technology and are versatile hearing aids that will cover a great many hearing losses. You can take a look at the full range of Starkey hearing aids here

RIC Hearing Aid Prices

We would expect the RIC range to be sold at prices from £800.00 to £2200.00 in the UK depending on the Practice and location. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from €1000.00 to €3000.00 in Ireland. We would expect the range to be sold at prices from $1000.00 to $3200.00 in the USA.

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